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Indian government abolishes All India Handloom Board
The All India Handloom Board (AIHB), constituted in 1992, with the aim to advise the Government in formulating policy for the overall development of the handloom sector, has been abolished by the Indian government.
Kanpur institute develops aromatic fabric
You may no longer need to wear an expensive perfume — your clothes may have a fragrance of their own. The medical textile laboratory of the Fragrance and Flavour Development Centre (FFDC) in Kanpur, has developed clothes that have a fragrance of their own and can survive even after multiple washes.
N9 World launches Swiss antiviral performance for India
N9 World Technologies Resil Chemicals have signed an agreement with Consolidated Pathways to incorporate unique Swiss antiviral and antimicrobial technologies into sustainable, cost effective custom blends for the textile industry.
AATCC announces new online test method training module
AATCC, a not-for-profit association, has announced that to brush up on the basics of textile testing or get detailed instruction on specific methods, AATCC’s new online test method training modules are a valuable resource. One can customise their training experience by selecting any of the four modules which will be available from September 23.
Raymond UCO launches high performance anti-viral denim
Raymond UCO in partnership with HeiQ has launched a highly protective denim fabric range with HeiQ Viroblock, a sustainable, antiviral and antimicrobial technology that has been tested and proven effective to destroy 99.99 per cent viruses.
Mahlo celebrates 75th anniversary
For 75 years Mahlo GmbH + Co KG from Saal on the Danube has been setting worldwide standards in the measurement and control of web-shaped goods. In spite of the "old" age, the machine manufacturer never tires of constantly developing in order to be one step ahead of the challenges of their customers.
Ralph Lauren reports net loss of $128 mn
Ralph Lauren posted 66 per cent revenue decline to $487.5 million in its first quarter (Q1) fiscal 2020 ended on June 27, 2020 compared to revenue of $1,428.8 million in same period last year.
World's 1st fishing net made with UHMWPE film
Teijin and Kinoshita Fishing Net jointly announced that they have developed the world's first high-performance knotless fishing net made with an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) film.
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